A Heart in <3 is:
- A definition of shreds that run in a specific page element.
- A miscellaneous shred to be called upon.
A heart begins with a less-than.
After the less-than is the name of the heart.
The heart is closed with a three.
Breaking the Heart
All content between the initial heart and the broken heart is parsed as the heart's code.
A broken heart is similar to a heart, but has a forward slash between the less-than and the name. If no name is supplied, the containing heart will be broken.
Note that a broken heart can be used as the result of an if statement. This can be useful. For example:
<loop3 //50-50 chance of terminating the loop <maybe3 </loop3 </3 ^maybe </3
</name3 or </3